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Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2008

Theater Reviews

The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's opens its 34th season with Well, a satisfyingly hilarious new play by performance artist and playwright Lisa Kron. Using a play within a play format with an original twist, the incomparably accomplished Angela Iannone plays the author herself in a series of supposedly non-autobiographical vignettes based on true experiences and designed to serve as a "theatrical exploration of socially significant issues of universal significance"-or so Lisa tells us. She brings her mother on board to watch the performance and make sure that these "non-autobiographical"
Thursday, April 17, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre - 7:30 PM

A prospective couple made up of a Jewish accountant and a Protestant Midwestern woman 12 years his junior work out their complicated feelings for each other in Lanford Wilson’s romantic dramedy Talley’s Folly. The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre opens their production of this one-act Pulitzer Prize winner tonight with . . .